Patchy coastal clouds return tonight, with low clouds and patchy fog possible overnight.
Chilly nights and mornings with warmer temperatures later this week. A Beach Hazard Statement will be in effect from 8pm through 8pm Wednesday for waves of 3 to 6 feet, sets to 7 feet and strong rip currents.
Santa Ana winds redevelop Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday, with east and northeasterly wind gusts of 20 to 40mph.
High pressure will develop Thursday and Friday with warmer weather to wrap up the week, but it's possible Santa Ana winds could develop yet again on Friday.
Saturday into early next week, we will see a stronger onshore flow, pushing in more clouds, and potentially some gusty westerly winds to the mountains and deserts.
The weather will stay dry through the end of the month, but we may start to see a shift for the beginning of February. We typically get most of rain through March.
Follow ABC 10News Meteorologist Angelica Campos on Facebook & Instagram @Camposcrusher and Twitter @10NewsCampos